Fresh breezes and cold sea airs always seem to bring back memories of a cosy late September family getaway, but the combination of these selected artists make the power of faultless musical pieces courteously memorable.
San Diego’s & Los Angeles based DJ Timeless has wickedly put together yet another Lifelike remix submission to maximum effect. Cut from a cloth that looks pearly white and stays fabric conditioner fresh throughout all the days in the week, DJ Timeless looks upon the stars and keeps his feet firmly on the ground.
Tesla55 return via a chocolate bounty of shoulder moving dance routines, funky energy and classic production depth that screams repeated renditions and anthem statuses.
Don Valdez doesn’t beat around the bush in addition to his choice of a bad-mannered, in-your-face lyrical refrain, but whilst reminding me of the energy created by The Chemical Brothers’ ‘The Salmon Song,’ his mashup makes sure to remain worlds apart by bringing in the likes of Le Le and Mercury together. Alongside his own 7-track tujuana bass “Burqueño EP” that’s out now on Elk Beats, Don Valdez is looking to tear up those housey speakers with enough booty clap action to last the next five years.
UK’s Just Kiddin excellently provides the world with their amazing dub mix of Usher’s ‘Climax’ – and boy does it sound first-class. Making more complete sense than the misfortunate occurrence of a conference centre packed to the brim of Scientologists and Jehovah Witnesses stuffed in together, Just Kiddin reach into their hand claps & piano licks library and come away with an unashamed outlook brimming with top-of-the-range housey enthusiasm.